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Fungal development of the plant pathogen Ustilago maydis.
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New insights from all layers of regulation have substantially advanced the understanding of fungal development, resulting in a complex regulatory network that is crucial for the timing of the correct order of developmental phases. Expand
Some remarkable distribution patterns in stygobiont Amphipoda
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The occurrence of old genera on ‘young’ islands seems to indicate that the young islands must have existed as shallow banks or seamounts in the period when the Atlantic started to open, and before the disruption of the Tethys Sea. Expand
A revision of the family Lichomolgidae Kossmann, 1877, cyclopoid copepods mainly associated with marine invertebrates
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In the present work 76 genera are characterized, including 324 species (37 new); previously known species are recorded from 73 new hosts, and selected figures of each genus not represented by new species have been reproduced. Expand
Limnic and brackish water Amphipoda (Crustacea) from Iran
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Records of 185 amphipod samples taken in Iran and in fresh waters belonging to the Caspian drainage system and the Central Basin show that Obesogammarus turcarum, Gammarus imberbus, and G. syriacus are new to Iranian continental waters. Expand
Copepoda (Crustacea) associated with commercial and non-commercial Bivalvia in the East Scheldt, The Netherlands.
Six species of Copepoda Poecilostomatoida of the families Myicolidae, Sabelliphilidae, Lichomolgidae, and Mytilicolidae are recorded from six different species of intertidal bivalves in the EastExpand
Copepoda associated with West Indian Invertebrates – IV The genera Octopicola, Pseudanthessius and Meomicola (Cyclopoida, Lichomolgidae)
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This work was supported by grants from the Netherlands Foundation for the Advancement of Research in Surinam and the Netherlands Antilles (WOSUNA), Amsterdam, and from the National Science Foundation of the United States, Washington. Expand
Indo-West Pacific Pycnogonida collected by some major oceanographic expeditions
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A phylogenetic hierarchy of the families of extant Pycnogonida is presented and 13 new species are described in the genera Ascorhynchus, Ammothella, Achelia, Pantopipetta, Nymphon, Callipallene, Phoxichilidium, Anoplodactyhis, and PyCNogonum. Expand
The Pycnogonid family Austrodecidae
DE PYCNOGONIDEN- FAMILIE AUSTRODECIDAE Toen mij, in 1954, uit Oslo een verzameling Pycnogonida van de „Norwegian Scientific Expedition to Tristan da Cunda 1937—1938“ ter bewerking werd opgezonden,Expand
Pycnogonida from the Caribbean and the straits of Florida
45 especes appartenant a 6 familles sont signalees, 9 especes nouvelles appartenant a 7 genres sont decrites
A revision of the European species of the Gammarus Locusta-group (Crustacea, Amphipoda)
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Desc descriptive and experimental work, first of all that of Sexton, has shown that the morphological characters of the various forms are very stable, at least at a given stage of maturity, and that very slight details suffice for their characterization. Expand
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